From the Right



If the Democrats lose the Moron vote, they are in deep trouble

Washington -- We are at that stage in the race for the presidency when the Democrats and their allies in the media are fervently courting the most earnest constituency available to them, the Moron vote. Forget about the Black vote, the Latinos, and the Bird Watchers. Now the Democrats, I am told, have become very nervous about the Morons. The ...Read more

Time for some Fireside Chats

Washington -- As I write on a brilliant autumn day, the reports on the president are all pretty promising. He is going to make it. There was a kerfuffle over the weekend over whether he took oxygen or not. It appears he did but not very much and his doctors ended it promptly. If memory serves, there was a similar kerfuffle over President Ronald ...Read more

Appreciating Joe Biden's pastoral charms

Washington -- If I were a Democratic wheeler-dealer sitting atop the most left-wing major party in American history, I would be a little bit nervous. First, there is my party's left-wingery. It is almost socialist, and that is only taking into account the dry academic stuff of economics. We have not even considered the question of where the ...Read more

Exploring Jimmy Carter's secret racist past

Washington -- I have been vindicated! Years ago, I made a discovery while researching the life and legend of President of the United States Jimmy Carter. He was the 39th president of the United States, in the event that you have forgotten. He immediately preceded President Ronald Reagan, who smothered him in a landslide victory that Jimmy still ...Read more

Donald Trump's unusual political libido

Washington -- The election of 2020 is well underway. President Donald Trump is probably overhead, if you scan the skies long enough. Former Vice President Joe Biden has left his basement and returns to its comforts only occasionally. This campaign is heating up.

What can we expect? Well, I can tell you it will be a very acrimonious race. ...Read more

Journalism is dead because people didn't believe me about Bill Clinton

Washington -- As the editor of a magazine that, back in 1993, struck the first major blow in destroying the reputation of a president, I think I should have something to say about blackening the reputation of President Donald Trump. After all, back in the early 1990s, Bill Clinton was apparently widely esteemed as the Virgin Presidential ...Read more

I stand with Tucker Carlson

Washington -- They are after him again. The voices of mainstream media, the voices that are supposed to protect our First Amendment rights, are attempting to quiet still another of those commentators who refuse to join the mobs in the street. I am speaking of Tucker Carlson, host of one of the most popular talk shows on cable TV, and, of course,...Read more

Who will the Democrats blame their defeat on this time?

Washington -- Norman Mailer used to say, when he was upright, that Americans tend to admire their politicians, if for nothing else, for getting older. That, I think, explains the nomination for president of the United States of former Vice President Joe Biden. He did not only get older; he got ancient. He is almost an antique.

If he is elected ...Read more

In the dog days of summer let's talk about the wretched Ghislaine Maxwell

Washington -- It is the dog days of summer, so we might as well talk about one of the dogs. I have in mind Ghislaine Maxwell, the apparent sex maniac who is now accused of all manners of horrendous crimes committed with young girls who she allegedly trained to be sex slaves for the vile Jeffrey Epstein, who is often called a "billionaire."

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Donald is going to win, no matter who Joe chooses

Washington -- Here is syndicated columnist Debra Saunders' sage prediction for the election of 2020. It will not be settled on Election Day, she says. Possibly, it will not be settled until Thanksgiving Day. And, she adds, it will be "ugly." Both parties are, as she writes, "peddling grievances." Saunders is a wise reporter of American politics,...Read more

A vaccine is on the way

Washington -- As readers of this column have noted, I am a reluctant advocate of masks to deal with the pandemic. Dr. Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has now spoken out favorably and cogently about wearing masks. Thus, I, having considered all the alternatives, have come to agree with him. We ...Read more

Listening to Ward Connerly -- there is no such thing as institutional racism in America

Washington -- Ward Connerly, a civil rights leader who is older and wiser than I, writing in The Wall Street Journal over the weekend, asserts that there is no such thing as institutional racism in America. Frankly, I am relieved, because I have lived in this country for decades, and it has been some 40 years since I encountered a racist, a ...Read more



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